Led by a seasoned management team, EcoEmissions Systems benefits from a leadership with over 100 years of combined experience in the engineering, industrial and financial sectors.

Executive Officers and Directors of EcoEmissions Solutions, Inc.

Larry N. Lorenz, Chairman and President of EcoEmissions Solutions, Inc., has over thirty years of international experience in business, manufacturing, engineering, marketing and finance. Mr. Lorenz, focus is on corporate strategy, global business development and managing overseas operations.

Mr. Lorenz is a past member of the Board of Directors for the B.C. Division of the “Canadian Manufacturers Association”. He represented the B.C. Manufacturers Association on the B.C. Equipment Tax Committee, presented various “Briefs” and “Presentations” to the British Columbia Government Cabinet. Project Coordinator for Baars Engineering, (1988 – present), a Vancouver, B.C. based Consulting company providing ‘Manufacturing and Engineering Services for the Manufacturing and Process Industries’.

Thomas L. Crom, CFO With over 20 years experience in accounting and finance as a senior executive. Mr. Crom was a Certified Public Accountant-Inactive (CPA) and a Certified Management Accountant-Inactive (CMA). He is also a director and management representative of Eureka Ventures, Inc., a US-based consulting firm, as well as financial and consulting services to select corporations and enterprises. These services include SEC quarterly and annual filings, SEC initial public offerings and secondary offerings, budgeting, forecasting, risk analysis, shareholder and public relations assistance, development of strategic plans, and developing and maintaining strict financial control. He has extensive international business development experience in finance, SEC Offerings and the resource sectors in North America, South America and Africa. Mr. Crom has a B.S. in Commerce cum laude from Santa Clara University, and an M.S. in Taxation cum laude from Golden Gate University.

Executive Officers and Directors of EcoEmissions Systems NV, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of EcoEmissions Solutions, Inc.

From General Motors to John Deere and Caterpillar Tractors, EcoEmissions Systems brings together a proven team of professionals from some of North America’s industry-leading companies.

Thomas L. Crom, CEO & CFO With over 20 years experience in accounting and finance as a senior executive. Mr. Crom is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and a Certified Management Accountant (CMA). Currently, Thomas Crom is a director of three public U.S. companies and one public Canadian company. He is also a director and management representative of Eureka Ventures, Inc., a US-based investment consulting firm that provides investment banking, as well as financial and consulting services to select corporations and enterprises. These services include SEC quarterly and annual filings, SEC initial public offerings and secondary offerings, budgeting, forecasting, risk analysis, shareholder and public relations assistance, development of strategic plans, and developing and maintaining strict financial control. He has extensive international business development experience in finance, SEC Offerings and the resource sectors in North America, South America and Africa. Mr. Crom has a B.S. in Commerce cum laude from Santa Clara University, and an M.S. in Taxation cum laude from Golden Gate University.

Gary Miller, Vice President – Engineering and Technical Services Mr. Miller is a 32 year veteran of the General Motors Corporation. During his tenure there, Gary worked as a Technical Writer, Resident Instructor at a General Motors Training Center, Regional Service Manager, for fifteen years as a Field Test Engineer/Engineering Facilities Manager (Domestic and International),and finally as a Project Manager on Light and Medium Duty Trucks and the H1-HUMMER platform at the GM Desert Proving Grounds. Mr. Miller has vast technical, engineering and engineering management experience in multiple industries He has a B.S. degree in Engineering from Northrop -Rice Aviation Institute of Technology.

Russ Webster, Vice President – Research & Development Bringing over 20 years experience in the heavy equipment industry to the company, Russ Webster worked in various capacities with research & development and product design. Mr. Webster has extensive experience with emissions control devices and has worked with both the California Air Resources Board and the Environmental Protection Agency to achieve accreditations. Mr. Webster attended Eastern Arizona College.

Paul Masson,  Vice President – Field Operations & Business Development Paul Masson comes to Eco-Emissions Systems with over 37 years experience in highway and mining construction equipment from both the sales and service sides of the business. He also benefits from a wealth of large engine experience in the commercial marine industry. Mr. Masson worked for a Caterpillar Tractor dealership for over 12 years before starting his own successful company. Some of the business models and application engineering models he developed are still being used today.  With the advent of the Clean Air rules looming in the future, Mr. Masson was excited by the opportunity to become part of the EcoEmissions team that works to reduce our clients’ carbon footprint and give back to the community. Mr. Masson has a B.S. Degree in Marketing Management and other accreditations from California State University at Pomona, CA.

Advisory Board

Andy Nuzzi — Corporate Advisor, Marine Operations With over 30 years in the international shipping industry, Andy Nuzzi brings an extensive background to the company’s marine operations. He held key managerial positions with Furness Withy, a major international shipping company, where he was instrumental in merging their U.S. interests into Kerr Steamship Company. In 1977, he became Corporate Vice President of Kerr, then the largest shipping agency in North America. In 1983 he became Senior Vice President and ran the Gulf and South Atlantic Operations.   In the 90s, Mr. Nuzzi became Executive Vice President of K Line. He is a former President of the U.S. Great Lakes Shipping Association, and served on the Board of Directors of California United Terminals, Coastal Maritime Services, Coastal Trailer Repairs, Fairway Terminals, and numerous other organizations and companies.

Paul Rovey – Advisor, Agriculture Equipment A third generation farmer and operator of Rovey Farms, Paul Rovey is a leader in the agriculture industry, and is Chairman of Dairy Inc. He also sits on the Board of the United Industry Association, is Vice Chairman of the United States Dairy Export Council, and a Board Member of Farm Credit Services Southwest.  In Arizona, Mr. Rovey sits on the governing Council of The Salt River Project and is a Board Member of The Center For Rural Leadership. He boasts an extensive network within the American and international food production sectors.

Paul Edward Watts — Advisor, Heavy Equipment industry With over 50 years in engineering and heavy equipment, Ed Watts has a formidable background in industries relying on diesel engines. He started as an Operating Engineer in 1953, eventually becoming Field Superintendent for Kiewit, where he oversaw construction of new harbors in Southern California.  He held similar duties with for Ets-Hokin & Galvin on the electrical power lines that connected America’s power grid.  He then ran his own company, working as a subcontractor for Bechtel at the Anaconda Molybdenum Mine in Nevada.  Thereafter, he was responsible for all machinery support on two very large Bechtel Power Plant Construction jobs including the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station which is the largest nuclear facility in America.  After retiring from construction, Ed became an advisor to John Deere in their machine design department and to RDO Equipment Company, which is John Deere’s largest dealer. His other realm of expertise is in recreational vehicles, which is a significant market sector for the company.